Pages in category "Sociology"
The following 32 pages are in this category, out of 32 total.
A cultural and political economy of Web 2.0
An exploration on on-line mass collaboration: focusing on its motivation structure
Constructing commons in the cultural environment
Cross-cultural analysis of the Wikipedia community
Cultural configuration of Wikipedia: measuring autoreferentiality in different languages
Cultural differences in collaborative authoring of Wikipedia
Decentralization in Wikipedia governance
Evaluating authoritative sources using social networks: an insight from Wikipedia
Fixing the floating gap: The online encyclopaedia Wikipedia as a global memory place
Gaming against the greater good
Governance, organization, and democracy on the Internet: the iron law and the evolution of Wikipedia
Hackers, cyborgs, and wikipedians: the political economy and cultural history of Wikipedia
Helping hands: design for member-maintained online communities
Imagining the Wikipedia community: what do Wikipedia authors mean when they write about their 'community'?
Industrial ecology 2.0
Making friends with Jarvis Cocker: music culture in the context of Web 2.0
Normative behaviour in Wikipedia
Norms, minorities, and collective choice online
Phantom authority, self-selective recruitment and retention of members in virtual communities: the case of Wikipedia
Power of the few vs. Wisdom of the crowd: Wikipedia and the rise of the bourgeoisie
Self-governance through group discussion in Wikipedia: measuring deliberation in online groups
Stigmergic collaboration: The evolution of group work
The reach and richness of Wikipedia: is Wikinomics only for rich countries?
The romantic collective author
The technocultural dimensions of meaning: towards a mixed semiotics of the World Wide Web
Visualizing co-evolution of individual and collective knowledge
Voluntary engagement in an open web-based encyclopedia: Wikipedians and why they do it
Volunteers in Wikipedia: why the community matters
Web links and search engine ranking: the case of Google and the query "Jew"
Why I love/hate Wikipedia: reflections upon (not quite) subjugated knowledges
Wikipedia - community or social movement?
WP:Clubhouse? An exploration of Wikipedia's gender imbalance
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